Trump Jr. Confirms Relationship With Fox News Host — Posts Photos of Fishing Trip Together

Donald Trump Jr., President Donald Trump’s son, confirmed rumors that he was dating Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle while going through a divorce with his former wife Vanessa Trump.

“Great time floating the Stillwater River yesterday in MT with @kimguilfoyle,” Trump Jr. tweeted on Sunday:

Alongside four pictures of Guilfoyle in Montana, Trump Jr. said, “It doesn’t get any prettier than this.”


Last month, a report surfaced that Trump Jr. was dating Guilfoyle and the two were “having a great time.” “While he wants to respect the privacy of his family, he is getting divorced, and he enjoys Kimberly’s company,” a source reportedly said.

Trump Jr., 40, and Guilfoyle, 49, reportedly traveled to Montana to offer his support for Senate candidate Matt Rosendale:

On Instagram, Trump Jr. posted about how he wanted to further his father’s #MAGA movement with Rosendale.


According to Vanity Fair, Trump Jr. told the crowd that Guilfoyle was his “significant other.”

“Just as everyone else thanks their significant others, I got to thank Kimberly for coming out here. We’re going to take her fishing tomorrow, then shooting,” he said.

He added that their outing was a “miniature test” to see if she really liked his outdoorsy ways. “Either way we’re going to have a good time—or at least I will,” he said.

Trump Jr. and Guilfoyle also met with the band Poison, according to a photo he posted on Saturday:


Guilfoyle married and divorced twice before news surfaced of her relationship with Trump Jr. “The Five” co-host previously married California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsome and later Eric Villency, an interior design executive.

As Independent Journal Review previously noted, Trump Jr.’s wife filed for divorce in March as they reportedly experienced marital problems related to his tweets.

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